A veteran of over forty years in the theatre, Tony has performed in over a hundred plays on many stages around the country, including: The Arena Stage, Williamstown Theatre Festival,  Seattle Repertory Theatre, Intiman Theatre,  The Geva Theatre, The Empty Space, The Vinyard Theatre, Buffalo Studio Arena, Philadelphia Drama Guild and Playwright’s Horizons. Over the years, some     of his favorite roles include Shylock in Merchant of Venice,  Prospero in The Tempest, Lear in King Lear, Doug Schmidt in the West Coast premiere of Emily Mann’s  Execution of Justice, Nick in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and Jesse James in Jesse and the Bandit Queen. In Los Angeles, he’s performed at The S
outh Coast Repertory Theatre, playing Jim Bayless in All My Sons and Leonato in Mark Rucker’s critically acclaimed Much Ado About Nothing; Rosse in Macbeth at The Odyssey Theatre; Donald Rumsfeld & George Bush in What I Heard About Iraq at The Fountain Theatre; and Van Swieten in Amadeus at The Hollywood Bowl; and most recently, Harold Levine in Watching OJ at Ensemble Studio Theatre, LA.  Tony is one of the founders of the Freehold Theatre and Acting Studio in
Seattle; and a member of the Pacific Resident Theatre in Los Angeles, where he’s played Tobias in A Delicate Balance, Snyder in Saint Joan of the Slaughterhouses (an LA Weekly Award nominee), and Andrew in Loyalties. Tony has guest starred on dozens of televisions programs, including Mad Men, Modern Family, Criminal Minds; Beyond Borders, Cold Case, The Office, Without a Trace, Navy NCIS, West Wing, Frasier, Strong Medicine, CSI: NY, and The Practice.                       

Tony Pasqualini

Personal Management:

SLJ Management  (Sandy Joseph)  323-782-8833   slj@sljmanagement.com

Actor Bio

As Sandy Orcott with Bess Armstrong